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TMEIUStAT. BKCF.XBEB B, IS.
HILLSBORa J t t OHIO.
'Wisconsin has tea loss post-offices now
than ono year ago.
Tin Ontario Knights of Labor havo boy
cotted the Chinese.
A riPTEr.N-iEAK-OLD Kansas girl secured
a divorce recently.
Tub latest piece of slang In New York
City Is "foddering up."
Hawaii, with only C0.O0O Inhabitants, pays
her King f $.",000 a year.
A Philadelphia. slsm reads: "Tectb
pulled while you wait."
One-thimj of Jay Gould's dally mall is
composed of begging letters.
Platt CocMr, III., has no money in th
treasury and is four cents hi debt.
Tiieiie is strong talk of organizing a
leasue of colored base ball players.
Cocaine was $500 an ounce. Now any
body can go crazy on it at S an ounce.
Ten thousand cattle aro killed in Now
York City overy week for food purposes.
A boy in Tpnnesseo has a mouth w hlch he
can open to the extent of nearly six inches.
It is said that one-third of the children
of the Mormons in Utah are outspoken infi
dels. A St. I,ocis man estimates that a Pull
man sleeper nets the company $7,520 a
LiTTLE'bedpost bells rung by electricity
aro now used to awaken heaTy sleepers in
As much as fifteen cents each is paid for
Jack rabbit scalps by county authorities on
the Pacific Coast.
Piiesent indications point strongly to
ward the nomination of a Labor Presiden
tial candldato in 1SS8.
The Czar has decided against compelling
a reduction of tho sugar production in
order to Improve trade.
A petition In favor of reviving the tax
upon bacholorB in France has boen present
ed to the Chamber of Deputies.
Jay Gould beliovcs, as the result of his
own experience, that "men appreciato their
own earnings more than a gift."
Doon knocks of tho old-fashioned kind
are once raoro appearing on tho doors of
fashionable New York residences.
Prookessive jack-straw parties are tak
ing tho place of progressive euchre parties
in fashionable Louisvillo society.
Boston has coinsd a word for the women
who wear birds' plumago upon their hats.
They aro called "blrdlcidal women."
Some ladies' boots shown in a Boston
chop-window nro S10O a pair. The buttons
look like diamonds, but arn't, of course.
Count JIoltke invariably begins each
day with a visit to his wife's tomb, a
practice ho has observed over since her
Fifty-one emigrants from South Caro
lina to Arkansas recently gave the fear of
the earthquakes as their reasons for de
parture. Tue news comes from Paris that Mrs.
Mackay compels her dressmakers to pledge
their words that her dresses shall not be
New IlAtirsimtc ministers boycotted the
Governor's Thanksgiving proclamation be
cause it contained no reference to a Su
At tho ond of 1ST7, 780 telephones existed
in tho United States, and at tho end of lS8.'i
there were 325,570 telephones and 78.1 tele
A court in Athens, Go., had its atten
tion absorbed the other day by a suit
Drougnt uy ono colored girl against an
other for ten cents.
An ample volume of compilations from
Dr. Talmage's sermons and writings will
fchortly be Issuod under tho title of "Shots
at Sunday Targets."
A iien whose head and mouth are de
scribed as being in striking resemblance of
a snake's is classed among the possessions
of a Pcnsacola (Flo.) man.
Jonx Jacob Astok is rated at 150,ro3,000,
ond is probably the richest man in Amer
ica. William Waldorf Astor, theex-Min-istei
to Italy, is his only son.
The stomach of several cattle which
died near Whltmore, la., wore found to be
lined with mud taken in with the filthy
water they were compelled to drink.
Mr- F. Goodman, aged seventy-six, and
Mrs. Mary Ireland, aged sixty-eight, of
Farmington, la., had to run awtyfrom
their childien in order to get married.
'The father of the forest" In Tulare
County, Cat, is the .argost tree in the
State. It is 450 feet high and measures 1US
feet around tho trunk. It is a chestnut.
The Emperor William and the Empress
Augusta will hereafter confer medals of
distinction upon aged couples who
celebrate their golden or diamond wed
dings. The locomotive whistle now wakens the
goblins of Mammoth Cave. The railroad
bos got there, and civilization takes formal
possession of the largest known hole in the
Toe Indian and Colonial Exhibition, just
closed in London, after having been open
for six months and a half, was enormously
successful, its visitors having numbered
The fact that a paper devoted to tricy.
cling published in Loudon has over a thous
and female subscribers indicates that the
sport is extremely popular among women
A max of Springfield, D. T., went to sleep
3ry the roadside. When he awoke he was
'astonished to find that a wagon had run
-over bis leg and broken it. The leg was a
It is estimated that fully 80 per cent of
;the world's ocean tonnage is now in com
'.mission, against scarcely CO per cent, a
'year ago. The tonnage in dry-dock is al
' lowed for In both cases.
A deposit of pure asphaltum, from flf
,teen to twenty feet thick, has been discov
ered near Thistle Station, in Utah. It is
said to be worth f 40 a ton, and the expensi
of mining is only forty cents.
Noau a Hunt, the rich and eccentrio New
Yorker, who lived utterly alone in the
anldstof Gotham's millions, la said to have
left a will locked np in a safe, the combina
tion of which no living person knows.
A Western man advertised that he would
tor one dollar mall information that would
snake food entirely unnecessary. A citizen
of Jordan, Canada, sent his dollar, and by
return roa'l got the direcUeMt "Take a
dose of poison."
Roswkll Biardsley, who hat been post
master at North Lansing, Tompkins Cous
ty, N. Y., since June, 1838, is the oldest
postmaster in the service. The compensa
aion fori bis service has always remained
-the same 9100 a ye-ir.
A sinole sheet of paper seventy-two
inches wide and seven and three-quarters
miles loos; was made without a break in a
paper mill at Watertown, N. Y,, a few days
fov Toe sheet weighed 3,3JT pounds.
A risH of unknown species is, it is re
ported, destroying young oysters in the
waters 'on the south side of Long Island,
tasaarped-tootbad,and, after biting oft
the edge of the shell, extracts the oyster.
Tm Centralis girl who deposited her
Mtrlmnnlal bid ia the bottom of a straw-
fo Imij m-last summer, sot only Gestured
'-',viysBeaaa utr nerseir, put eaooga utters
V HetfaU her girl fiieatVs aud now proposes
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DEATH IN ACOALSHAFr.
Another Shooking Disaster In a
Twelve Men Killed and a Score Maimed
and Scarred for Life.
WiLKESnumn, Pa., Nov. 20. Shortly
after fifty minors and laborers entered the
Conyngham shaft this morning, and were
at tho bottom preparing to go to work, an
explosiun of gas took place. The disaster
was caused by Cornelius Beyle, a mine
laborer, who stepped into a worked-out
chamber, which was filled with gas, with a
lighted lamp upon his hat. Boyle will die.
Two miners, whoso names are unknown,
are missing, and it is believed tbey were
blown into a dump containing HO loot of
water and drowned. Forty-two men were
severely burned and others tllghtly in
jured. Twelve of tho inon will die. The
recovory of tho following is belloved to be
hopeless: Hugh Sweeney, laborer; Edward
Kerns, laborer; Rlchaid Coulter, miner;
Condy Shannon, Thomas O'Brien, reported
dead; Cornelius Boyle, miuer, reported
dead; John Cannon, miner; Christopher
Brundage, luborer; Michael O'Brien, la
borer; Daniel Ferry, miner; John Dough
erty, laboror; Denis McCabe, miuer. The
reported deaths of Boylo and O'lli ien can
not bo verified. The following unfortunate
men are reported moro or less badly bur i
ed: Wm. J. Evans, fire boss; Win. Wil
liams, tiro boss, and tho following miners
and laborers: James Boyle, James El
liot, Patrick McCabe, Charles K.
Kline, James Dully, Chris Duffy,
Matt McCounell, Albert Auear, Henry
Miller. Peter Miller, Wm. Griffiths,
Patrick Sweeny, James Davis, Georgo
Marlay and thoFriol brotaers, fatally;
John Williams, Richard Coulter, James
Davis and Mlchaol Clinton. Tho names oZ
the others could not bo learned. David
McDonald, inside foreman, was caught in
tho alter damp and was overcome. He was
taken out as soon as possible, uud revived
on reaching the upper air. His injuries
are slight. Seventeen mules were severely
buriioa, and uiany of them will bo shot to
relievo them from their sufferings.
Murder of an Kntlre Family, and the
House lturued With the Ilodles In It.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 20. It is learned
hero to-day that the family of o'ght per
sons, supposed to havo been accidentally
burned to death in Knox County, a month
since, wcro murdered; tholr throat having
been first cut from ear to oar. The family,
whose name was Poe, had two neighbors
whoso reputation was not of tho best,
and on this account tbey fc-bado thorn
entering their house. These neighbors, a
man and woman, though not man and wife,
bad an illegitimate child, n boy, about ten
years old. They lived rome thirty yards
from Poe's bouse, and becoming .enragod
because of being refused social recognition,
planned the damnable plot of murdering
tho entire family. Tno bo , sutlering un
der a severechastlsement from his reputed
father, now tolls the whole story. Ht
says his mother was talking about
tho matter for several days, and that ie
culminated during a night when Mr. Poe
was absent from home, and that whe-i his
father and mother left home for Poo's
house th y forbad o his goin with them,
but that ho slipped along without their
knowledgo, and Baw them enter tne house.
Tho family, all of whom were females,
wero all asleep in ono room, and his father
with a razor cut tho t hi outs of each from
ear to car, while his mother pick
ed the bodies up, placed them in the
middle of the floor, piled the contents of
two beds on them, and then set fire to
them and tho house, and that tho poor,
helpless little baby screamed until the
flames smothered it. Tho man and woman
have not as yet been arrested, but a
sewing - machine, bedi, aud several
other articles, reco;nizad as belonging
to the murdered family, were found
beneath the bouse of the accused parties.
There is no doubt of their guilt, and excite
ment has reached an intensity bordering
on frenzy, so that it is moro than probable
the State will be suvod the exuenso of a
trial. Further particulars to-night shed
additional light on the Knox County hor
ror, and mane it one of the darkest and
most damnable crimes ever commltt d in
the Stato, not excepting the Ashland affair
soma ycuis since.
HORRIBLE BEYOND BELIEF.
A Saddenly Insane Man Murders and De
vours Ills Companion.
St. Louis, Nov. 20. A dispatch from
Havensvllln, a small town in Jackson
County, Kas., tells of a revolting crime
committed near that placo last Wednes
day night A young farmer namod Rhodes
Clements, while going home from prayer
meeting with another farmer named
Samuel Gordon, suddenly became insane
and killed thi latter with a club. Not re
turning home, a search was made for
CI ments, aud he was found some distance
from the road sitting bes.de the body of
the man ho had murdered, eating his heart
He had cut off the head from Gordon's
body, and had torn out the heart, lunes
and liver and was devouring them. Clem
ents uas secured and is now in jail a
Substitute tor Sugar.
New York, Nov. 28. A company has
boen formed in London and Antwerp for
the manufacture of saccharine, a new y
discovered substitute for sugar. It is a
chemical product of coal tar,
fa fai BVTAarair IhaM nnnoa .. ,1
though It can uot yet be manufac
tured so cheaply as sugar, yet its great
sweetness makes it possible by mixing
small quantities of saccharine with larger
Mil Of! tit: ei rf Cfrrr. rrlnnnoa nn.
compound sweeter and cheaper than sugar.
ly affect the sugar Industry.
The Fenians Fire Rossi.
New York, Nov. 28. At a general con
vention of the Fenian Brotherhood, held in
this city on Tuesday aud Wednesday of this
week, all official connection of O'Donovan
Rosea with the Brotherhood was dissolved.
The government of the rder was thor
oughly reorganized. There are various
rumors as to the cause of Ross 's relega
tion to individuality in Irish matters, but
the facts are closely guarded by those who
Cremated by Her Clothing.
Cilmilotte, Mien., Nov. 28. Mrs. Charlrs
Smith met with a horrible death this morn
ing. While working about the house her
clothing caught fire, and she was burned to
Thi Wellane Canal and Sunday.
St. Tuoms, Cut., Nov. 86. Henceforth
no vessel will be allowed to pass throui h
the Wellsnd Canal on Buaday, except .n
case of distress, or where there is danger
of the vessel being frozen In.
Philadelphia. Nov. 26. The will of the
1st Margarets B. Lewis, which was admit.
ted to probate to-day, bequeaths over u o
hundred thousand dollars to religions aud
Aged Lady turned to Death.
Clbvelajcd, O.. Nov. 88. At Meadvlllo.
Pa-, yesterday, Mrs. Mary ByUesby, act A
eighty-seven, was burned to uoata whi.e
alone In her room.
Boltok, Kas., Not. 26. Two men, nsmrd
A. Hungerford and Chas. Blckle, were a -rested
here by Government oecttves yes
terday on the charge of making coun .r
feitcoin. In the.r house dies and other
implements and one hnndred and sixty
three counterfeit half dollars were found.
The metal was found in a bed where tho
wife of one of the men was lying ill.
Wonts-be Express. Robbers.
Bay Axtoxso, Tax., Nov. 9B.-Arepn
has reached here of an attempt to rob u
express car on the Missouri Pacinoral
reldr last rut- While tha train , ..
siMdlaf at a small station two awe ante '
ataecar, bus were arrestee Dy the con
iisastai ! .! r
Lieutenant rearer Vlnils a Mew lloute Te
ward the North Pole.
Halifax, N. B., Nov. 33. Lieutenant
Pearcy, who has been on an expedition to
Green .and for the purpose of satl-fy Ing him
self as to the feasibility of travel! g across
that country and thus opening a new routs
for Arctic explorers, arrived here yester
day on his way home in the United Btatos.
Landing at a Danish settlement on the west
coast of Greenland he jonrnoyod eastward
for one hundred miles over unbroken Melds
of snow. He then returned to the
starting place. This was his princi
pal journey and he was accompanied on It
by a Danish official. Ho made several
short journeys alone. His observations
and oxperionco satisfied him that Green
land could bo crossed from west to oast by
future expeditions to the North Pole. On
a hundred mile trip Pearcy end bis com-
1)anions had to tiavel on snow shoos and
mul sleds containing their provisions
themselves, the snow being too soft for the
dogs. They experienced no haidsblpsnnd
returned to the coast in good condition.
On reaching a point 00 miles inland the
olovntion above the sea was found to be
WAR IN AFRICA.
Natives Give llattle to Portug-oese Nine
Thousand Estimated Killed.
Losnos, Nov. 23. Ad vices from Durhan,
November 3, state that au apparently suc
cessful revolt Is in progress among tho
natives against Portuguese authorities in
Southeast Africa. An American mission
ary, Rev. Mr. Wilcox, reports as follows,:
The natives of Inbambane, a Portuguese
port 200 miles abovo Delngoa Buy, rose
up against tho Portuguese taxation
and murdered tho collector. On
October 23 a battle wns fought between
8,000 Portuguese and friendly natives on
ono sido aud 30,000 natives on the other.
The Portugueso were defeated and routed,
and tho loss in killed on both sides is
estimated at 0,000 men. Mr. Wilcox says
the Governor of Mozambique has gone
iuto tho country to endeavor to suppress
the revolt and save the port of Inhambano
from falling into the hands of tho insur
gents. SLAYING THE LITTLE ONES.
Dreadful Work of Diphtheria In Northern
Chicago, III., Nov. 2a The Inter-Ocean
Wabash (Ind.) special says: For soveral
vieeks a malignant and fatal type of diph
theria has been raging in Logansport, and
the mortality has boon fearful. Fully ono
hundred children, many of prominent
families, have died. Tuo disease hai also
broken out in Rochester, Fulton County,
and the epidemic is tiavcling up the valley,
having just enteied this county. Tho
school nt Rich Vail y, fivo miles west of
Wabash, has boen closed, owing to the ap
peal anco of the disease, and one death ban
alieady boon reported. There Is consider
able alnrni over tho spread of the malady,
and active preparations are being made to
A Wonder' o( the Sky.
Evansvili.e, Ind., Nov. 23. A very
strange phenomena in tho heavens was
witnessed to-night by nearly tho entire
city. About Bix o'clock the sky in the
south-west suddenly assumed a deep
crimson hue, which gradually grow
brighter. In a fow minutes breaks began
to occur, until there were eight lines of
color all diverging from a common con
tor. Remaining thus for five minutes,
they grew darker, until at quarter.past six
tbey were jet black, standing out grim and
foreboding in tho sky. ihe phenomena
then began to dhnppear, attended by a
brilliant meteoric shower lustingfully two
minutes. The cause is not known, but tho
sight was sufficient to create fear and
trembling among tho superstitious.
Foreign News Boiled Down.
Losnss, Nov. 23. A grandson has boen
born to Queen Victoria, tho happy parents
ocing me rnuce ana f rlncoss Uattenberg.
Lord Coleridge's daughter has sued him for
slander for reflecting upon her purity. In
an interview betweenHorbert Bismarck and
the Russian Ambassador the former de
nounced the conduct of General Kaulbars
in Bulgaria. A French Cabinet crisis ex
ists, a he opening of a Chinese railway is
reported. A terrible sequel to au awful
raatrcide comes from Paris. Tbedanghter
and son-in-law aro condemned to death and
two sous to life imprisonment on the testi
mony of a graudduughther seven years of
Loxcos, Nov. 23. A London newspaper
called tho Anarchist, publishes a wild ap
peal to Englishmen to assemble In thou
sands in Cleveland Hall to-day to demand
justice for the condemned Chicago An
arcuists, who, the paper says, have simply
shown the masses how those vile vipers,
the capitalists, prostitute their toil by day
and their childien by night. Englishmen
are asked whether any means are not jus
tifiable to destroy the cruel, cowardly, cor
rupt and rotten American Republic, aud
besought to leave nothing undone to ac
complish that end. The article bears in
laige letters the caption "Murder," under
neath a big black flag.
A Faithless Treasurer.
Bostox, Nov. 23. William Reed, Treas
urer of the South Boston Horse Railroad
Company, was arrested this morning at his
borne upon a warrant charging him with
the embezzlement of $30,000 of the railroad
funds. In the police station Reed acknowl
edged the embezzlement of S83.500 in cash,
anu u uYBr-ifisuo ok oat snares oi toe seock
of the rood, having a cash value ct $34,500,
inakiug the toial amountof the defalcation
Murdered His Hired Hand.
Littlk Rock, Ark., Nov. 23. N. B. Hll
gcr, a prominent and wealthy planter in
White County, during a quarrel yesterday
with an employe named Haskins struck
him on tho head with a shovel and killed
him almost inst mtly. Hllger fled aud has
not yet been captured.
Four Prisoners Escape.
Hdntinotox, Pa., Nor. 23. Four prison
ere in jail here broke the locks of their
cells and quarried their way through the
main wall wiih an iron bed-post, making
their escape. Twenty prisoners have es
caped from this prison in two years.
Louisville, Kt., Nov. 83. A Courier
Journal special says: "Ike Arnold, a no
torious desperado, quarreled with and at
tacked Tom Dugau, a farmer, with a knife
yosterday in Washington County, and Du
gau shot nlm dead with a pistol'
Ex-Pretldint Arthur's Will.
New Yohk, Nov. 23. The will of ex
President Arthur disposes of real aud per
sonal property to the value of about ajso,.
000. The bequests are mostly of a private
Murder la tho First Degree.
Detkoit, Not. 23. At BoyneCity, MIcb.,
to-day, Thos. Smith was convicted of mur
der in the first deg.-M for the killing of
Death of Manager Hoiie.
New Yohk, Nov. 23.-H. M. Hoxie,
General Manager of the Gould Southwest
ern system, died this morning at the Broad
way, A Short Message.
Washixotox, Nov.'23. Altthe members
of the Cabinet were present at the meeting
to-day except- Secretary Manning. The
eesslon was devoted entirely' to ihe consid
eration of the President's message. The
President read the completed portions of
his message to the Cabinet to-day. It it
understood that the message will be much
shorter than the one submitted to Con
gress last year.
A Hebrew Parrot
Maoox, Ga., Nor. 33. At the store of
Wolffs Brothers, in this city, there Is a
parrot that talks Hebrew. They imported
the bird from Hussrr. Tbe'Ueatlle are
greatly assueed with ft.
The Writ of Supersedes Granted This
Will Delay Their Execution Until Spring-.
Bloomikoton, III., Not. 25. At 11 o'clock
this morning Judge Bcott gran tod the su
percedes! in the Anarchists' ease. Messrs.
Black, Bwett and Solomon started at once
to Ottawa to have the Clerk issue the or
der In pui-suance to Judge Bcott's Instruc
tions. Tho effect of the order for the su
persedeas will be to delay the execution
until the full bench of the Supreme Court
has passed upon the questions raised for a
new trial, ft is estimated that in the or
dinary course of procedure a bearing and
decision can not be reachad for six or eight
weeks, and that oven flBngh the lower
Court is sustained tho sentence can not be
carried out until some time In March or
April. Judge Bcott's order granting the
supersedeas is purely formal. Without
goinp into any particulars, or giving any
reasui.s, ho simply certifies that in his opin
ion " there is reasonable ground for grant
ing tho writ"
Suffocated In a Flaming Car.
Mooxt CAtmoi.L, III., Nov. 25. Upon tho
arrival of freight train No. 13, on the St.
Paulrond, at this place last night, smoko
was discovered issuing from a car in the
body of the train. Investigation provjd
that tbe car contained M. V. Boa
vey, from WeRt Llbe'tyvllle, III.,
several horses, foals and furniture,
blllod for Dow City, Ia. A lot of hay in I ho
enr was found t be on Are, evidently (frui
ted by a lanlorn, which was discov rod
broken on the floor. Tho stock was dead,
suffocated by tho smoke. Mr. Seavoy was
found on his knees, near the door of tho
car, living, but so much overcome that he
breathed only a fow minutes after beinx
Terrible Mishap to a Hunter.
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 25. Guy Colbut'n.of
Waverly, while out bunting Sunday, dis
charged his gun at a squirrel. The brencn
pin blew out, striking him squarely be
tween the eyes. He was found Inseuiiblo
some time after by his brother, who, with
soma difficulty, pulled out tho ii on, which
wns imbedded two inches in Guy's head,
penetratiug the brain. Coiburn was con
scious throughout the operation of remov
ing tho breach-pin, aud told bow tho acci
dent occuncd. He is still living, and
seems in a fair way to recover.
High Art in Counterfeiting.
New York, Nov. 25. A clover imitation
of a lire dollar bill painted in oil by the
artist Ilarhett, aud owned by Theodore
Stewart, a wino-room proprietor of this
el'y, was seized yesterday by a special
agent of the Treasure Department and
sent to Washington. Tho Secretary of the
Treasury will decide whether tho artist
and ownor of the picture aro liable vo
prosecution as maker and possessor of a
counterfeit bank note. Tbe picture is val
ued at 81,000.
An Occasion (or Thanksgiving.
TitEXTOx, N. J., Nov. 25. Twenty-eight
convicts in tho State prison have been
pardoned by tho Hoard of Pardons, and
wcro released yosterday. Tho mo-t noted
were E. A. Condlt, who victimized many
Wall street brokers in 1SS2 by clever
forgerios, and Wm. Hippie, tho telegraph
operator who sent a bogus order two years
ago to nn Erie railway agent in tbe name
of an official, ordering money removed
from a safe and placed wheie Sipplo could
Hoosler FrozeeUo Death in Wisconsin.
Asiila d WisJNot. 25. Two pine land
huntors, while out searching for William
Goul, who was lost in the woods last Bun-
day, succcedod in finding his body to-day
about nino miles from this citv end four
miles from Ary road. His body will bo
brought here some time to-night. His pa
rents at Indianapolis, Ind., have been tele
graphed in regard to what shall be douo
with tho body. When foun 1 he wns lying
upon his back in the snow, with his rifle
resting across his breast.
A Raw Bean Causes Death.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 25. The death of
Ralph Newman, a promising young busi
ness nrin of Kansas City, occurred
yesterday from ulceration of the pit of tbe
stomach. Newman had incautiously swal
lowed, some days ago, a raw bean, which
gradually produced inflammation sufficient
to cause death. Six of tbo best physicians
in the neighborhood attended the patient,
but wore unable to diagnose the case. Tho
cause of d ath was not discovered until tha
post mortem autopsy.
Tho Atlanta's Trial Trip.
New York, Nov. 25. The new naval
cruiser Atlanta, which has been on a trial
trip in tbe sound, returned to tbe Navy
Yard to-day. Her command -r reported a
failure to realize tho requirements of tbe
contract specifications as to horsepower.
She steamed at tho rate of thirteen knots
per hour easily with 2,500 horse-power, and
it is thought that with some alterations
of machinery she may realize the desired
rate of 14 7-10 knots and 3,100 horse power.
Another Conspiracy In Bulgaria.
Soru, Nor. 25. Another conspiracy
against tho Government has been discov
ered. Two officers, one of them a Russian,
organized a plot to kill Colonel Nlcolaeff,
Major Popoff and tbo Regent. The crime
was to have been committed at 5 o'clock
this morning. Major Popoff discovered the
plot, and caused the arrest of the two
officers and two others who are implicated,
They will be tried in a few days.
A Blaze In the Statue ol Liberty.
New Yohk, Nov. 25. Tbe heavy cloth
curtain which, during tbe daytime, covers
the electric light lenses on the Statue of
Liberty, caught Are Monday night and fell
on the light woodwork of the staircase in
the interior of the statue. It was only by
the hardest work that a bad fire was avert
ed and the great statue saved from ruin.
TA Tough Engineer.
Laxcastxk, Wis., Nov. 25. The powder
mills at Plattevllle blew np lost night
Twelve thousand pounds of powder wero in
tbe mill. The engineer was the only msu'
around. He was blown a long distance,
and remained insensible for some time.
Windows were shattered in houses miles
Nicholas Not Wanted.
Soru, Nor. 25. Tbe Bulgarian Govern
ment, replying to a note from tbo Porte on
tbe subject of Prince Nicholas of Mingre
lia's election "to the throne of Bulgaria, re
fuses to accept Prince Nicholas as a candi
date, and says that Turkey's action in the
matter is incompatible with the treaty of
Tho Dovoted Wile Loses Her Reason.
Buciiaxax, Mica., Nov. 25. SiversI
weeks ago tbe body of a mannas picked
up near t-ie depot In this city. It was sup
posed to be that of Mr. Beardsman, a Borin
County farmer, who was away, and word
wasseuttobiswife. Mr. Beardsman was
not tbe victim, but when he returned to his
home to-day he found bis wife's ack hair
changed to snow-white, and her mind shat
tered so she did not know him.
Killed In V Collision.
. PiTTSiiUBOU, Pa., Not, 26. The through
express on tbe Cleveland and Pittsburgh
railroad collided with a freight train, nosr
here, killing tbo fireman and severely in
juring tbe engineer ami baggagouiasler.
Fierce Storm In Now Jersey.
Philadelphia, Nor. 86. A cyclonio
storm swept ovr Gloucester County, New
Jersey to-day, domaglngseveral buildings.
Charles Wyune, a brick-yard owner at Pit-1
man, was probably faulty crushed by tim
bers falling on him. The windows of
railroad train nea iiassboro wero broken
by tbo wind and panicoocurred arcouir
Five Lives Lost by an Explosion.
.New York. Nov, 25,-The boiler of tbe
tug-boat Sunbeam exploded this af tornoou
at tho foot of Eighth street; East river,
sinking- the tug and lustautly killing fire
DARING SADIE ALLEN.
he Floats Through Niagara Whirlpool
Rapids and Lands Desperately Sick.
Niaoara Fails. N. Y.. Nov. 23. GaarM,
Hazlet'taad Miss Sadie Allen, of Buffalo
MM, tl.Mi....l .!. ..nlit. anil .l.n ri.klHlnj.nl
-VVUV HUB UUU but? -ffU MIU UUD iTUIIIIUUI
this afternoon In the torpedc-3haped barret'
used by Uazlett and Potts last summer.
They wore In the rapids and whirlpool five
minutes and were takon out of the eddy on
tho Canadian sido just below the whirlpool
three-quarters of an hour later in good
condition. Miss Allen is a respoctab e girl,
eighteen years old, a petite brunette, and
pretty. The start was made from th Matd Of
tue Mist l.andiug, on the Canada side.
When the barrel reached the maelstrom it
shot right into tho center of the pool, mak
ing two or throe turns. Leaving the pool,
the barrol followed the current out toward
tho Canadian shore down to the outlet of
tbe pool, whon it got into a largo eddy and
bobbed around for hnlf an hour. Frlonds
near by shouted to the oceupints of the
barrel, when Hazlott opened a small
door on top of the barrel, aud
Frank Lawson threw a ropo from the
shore, which Uazlett secured, and tho bar
rel was towed ashore. After coining out
of tbe barrel, Hazlett and Miss Allen h td
a tramp of a mile and a half through
brush and over bowlders before reaching
tho top of the precipice. Miss Al.on,
when she appeared at tbe ferry to en
tor upon the perilous journey, wore a neat
walklng-diess. Taking off her bat and
jacket and throwing a shawl over her head,
sho stepped lightly into the barrel
through tho manhole, tucking ber gar
ments closely about her, and laughingly
lemnrklug, "Come, George, jump in. I'm
all fixed." tioon after George Hazlett
stepped into the craft, fastening himself to
tbe oppo-dte end to that occupied by Miss
Allen. Just tbli ty minutes from the ti no
the barrel was toned out into the river it
reached the whirlpool. After landing.
Miss Allen wns taken desperately sea sick.
Facts from the- Annnal Iteport of the Clcn
Washington-, Nov. 23. Tho report of tbo
General Superintendent of the Life-saving
Service ebons at tho close of thj last fiscal
year the establishment ombraced 211 sta
tions, 105 being on tho Atlantic, 38 on the
lakos, 7 on tho Pacific, and 1 at tho Falls of
tho Ohio, Louisville, Ky. Tho number of
disasters to documented vessels within
the field of station operations dur
ing the year vn '.lit. There were o i board
theso vessels 2,7-M persons, of whom 2.033
were Haved, and twonty-savon lost Tho
number of shipwrecked persons who re
ceived succor at tho stations wns 807, to
whom 2,000 davs' roller iu tho aggregate
wasnfforded. Tho estimated value oftlio
vessels involvod in tho disasters was 81,
423,830, and that of their cargost 'J,07J SJS,
making tho total value of property imper
iled s?0,602,13.-,. Ot this amount 5,073,078 was
savod nud 1,J20,057 lost. Tho number of
vessels totally lost wus eighty-eight. Tho
report saj s tho number, violence aud de
structlvoness of the storms which occurred
during tho year oxeccded the record of any
previous yoar since tho goneral oxtention
of tho sorvice to tho sea aud lake const-i. In
one storm there weio no less thnn thirty
shipwrecks within tho scope of tbe opera
tions of tho service and in r single ilny
(January 0) there wore twenty-throe. Tho
sorvice, however, d d not fail to match its
previous r cord of effectiveness in saving
lifoaiid property. The number of casual
ties was gi eater by twenty -eight than that
of any former year, yet the loss of life H
riftcou less than tbe average, and although
the vessels and cargoes totally lost wore
twenty moro than in any former year, tho
amount of property lost was only about
fiW.OOO greater than the average for the pre
ceding yenrs, while tno amount saved is in
creased by uearly $2,000,000.
Tho New Two-Cent Postage Stamp.
Wa8hixoto:i, Nov. 2$. Too dosiga for
tho new two-cent pottags stamp, which it
to bo put into circulation about January 1
of next year, has boen selocted. It was
prepared by Tiffany ctCo., of New York,
una is said to bo ono of the handsomest
specimens yet issued by tho department,
the design presents au embossed head ol
George Washington in profile upon a blue
Lightning Change of Partners.
Wabash, Ind., Nov. 28. Mrs. John
Sopher was, on Saturday, divoiced from
her husband In the Wabash circuit court,
alleging cruelty and failure to provide.
Tho lady was grautod a decreo shortly be
fore dinn-r, and at I p. in. she was agaiu a
bride promising to love, honor anil cuensh
iaamsou It. Snoke. This is said to beat tha
record on divorce and quick marriuges.
Boy Burned In a Barn.
Mt. Veusox, Kv., Nov. 23. Granvlllo
Brown, fourteon, was burned to death
mysteriously in his auut's barn, near town.
He had been dispatched on an errand, and
u few minutes luter was board screaming
in the barn, which was in flames, nud the
door locked. It was impossible to rescue
him. Np solution can, be reachod by tbe
Swallowed Carbolic Acid.
Wabash, Ind., Nov. 28. During tho ab
sence from home, yesterday, of the mother,
tbe seven-year-old daughter of Louis
Kinker, a Miami County farmer, swallowed
a teaspoon ful of carbolic acid, which tbe
little one supposed to be medicine. Tbe
child was found at the point of death.
Restoratives were of no avail, and tho
sufferer died this morning.
Burned to Death.
Evakhville, Isd.. Nov. 25. Mary Wil
son, fourteen years of age, employed at tha
home of Mr. John Hauberry, farmer, livin;
two miles south of this city, was fatally
burned yesterday. The girl was standing
before tue grate, when hor clothing caught
fire, and in an instant her clothes were a
mass of flames.
Died In Poverty.
New Youk, Nov. 28. An old lady named
Mrs. Margaret Jerome, who is supposed to
have been tho widow of General Jerome,
tbe noted Confederal officer, died Thurs
i ay night In a garret in Goercfc street,
where she lived in great poverty for some1
lime, tier body is at tbe morgue and will
be interred in Potter's field.
A Clue to tho Bomb-Thrower.
Chicago, Nov. 28. Tbe arrest of Honrj
Jansen at this city, for the attempted
murder of his wife, mar result In thi dis
covery of the man who threw the bomb into
the ranks of the, police at the Haymarket
A juror in a Now Jersey court
wanted to ask a witness if it was true)
that he had ever boen in State prison,
but tbe lawyer objectod and the juror
put on his hat and walked out
and licked two ofneorg who were
sent after him. Ho said if a juror
hadn't uny rights ho didn't propose to
sit there, if they had rights he wanted
to know who had been in Stato prison
aud who hadn't
Speaking of "tho light of othor
days," how rapid has been the change
from pino knots to tallow dips, from
tallow dips to whale oil, front' wbalo
oil to lard oil and enmpheuo, from
theso to' koroseue, and from gas to
lolectriolty all within ono life-time. If1
'the light of the fuuro goes on at the
.same rate darkness will tin n. ihtnirnf
jttio' ut.aiouceler (Mast,) Adcer-
Jan.os Truett. a fa3liIonablo young;
mail of HlnHflnlA. lk.. Wfla In'-rfanrrar
of having his bcauty'distlgured by tliu
'" u una ui ma iruui mem. An wis
dilemma hp paid a friend 'fifteen dol
lars for asounl.tootb. TfcJs ('tt-o,then
friend's toothy and inserted it'ntho
juuuiii us xruL-ik. auu operation WM
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ltetNirts to the Ohlo'stato Beard of Health
from 77 observers (cmbraclaf 44 counties)
sliow the" followhiig diseases to prevail for
the week ended' Saturday mien, November
120, 1990. (Lnst'iwo columM bt figures are
for previous week, based on report of 89
FntiM or Disiusn
(I OUDXR or PnEVAI.KNCT).
Typho d f over
Whoop ng Cough
Acute bronchial troubles prevailing.
As compnrcd with Inst week, bronchitis,
pneumnntn, erysipelas and dlarrhocal troubles
hnvo Increased. Malarial fever, typho'd
fever and scarlet fever havo decreased.
Consumption, pleurisy, croup and whooping
cough about the same, Mpnstes reported In
many places; 133 cases In Cincinnati. Nine
teen cases diphtheria with 13 deaths to Cin
cinnati during the week.
C. O. PrtonsT, Secretary.
First Anniversary at the Manchester
New Yomc, Nor. 24. The nineteenth
anniversary of the execution of Allen Larkln
and O'Brien, known as the Manchester
martyrs, wns celebrated In tlie Cooper Union
Inst evening under the auspices of the Fe
nian Brotherhood. George Smith presided,
and addresses were made by Henry George.
J. B. Archibald, J. J. Benlln, Hamilton
Wllllnmi and others. Henry Georgo said
that the Fenian movement gavo birth to the
land league which In turn gave birth to a
principle which ts now . sweeping through
the world the principle that the land bo
longs to tho people. "When I was In Ire
land," continued Mr. George, ''the best loved
of Irish bishops gent for tne and said
'what ts thnt land doctrine with which your
nnme Is lndlsnolubly United?' I cxplnlned
It to him and lie said: 'God bless you my
son. I have piled yon with question to
learn If you were a fit leader for the social
revolution that no power on earth can
Mr. George continued by dorlnrlng thnt
the real canoe of the distress In Ireland was
Ihe samo as the cause of poverty and dis
tress In all countries, the fact thnt men were
allowed to hold the land on which other
men must live and drnw from them ail their
produce except enough to keep breath in
their bodies. Ho was loudly applauded.
Striking Field llanrt.
Nr.w Oitr.EANS, Nov. 24. The strike of
the negro field hands, Knights of Labor, on
the Falrvlew plantation, St Mary's parish,
still continues. Captain' Pharr, ownor of
the place, has the support of all the neigh
boring planters and an effort will bo made
to crush out the attempt to orgnnlze tho
.field hands Into the Knights of Labor. A
local newspaper which Ims generally been
regarded ns representative of the labor In
interests here, calls upon the Knights of
Labor to halt in this matter. It says: "It
Is entiroly unnecessary to organize the field
hands of the country Into labor societies,
even if such combination purports to bo In
self-defense. The purpose of the combina
tion of labor Is to offset the consolidation of
capital. There Is not in the lilstorv of this
country sn organization of planters or farm
ers which has the power to oppress labor.
In the nature of thincs such n combination
cannot be effected. In no other Industry Is'
there sttcli active competition for labor as In
tho agricultural. The sugar Industry pays
betler wages than any other agricultural In
clnstry In the United States, and lis existence
should not bo endangered by methods which
would Involve laborer and planter, In a com
Arrested for Forgery. '
PiTTSHunon, Nov. 24. John V. Dagg, n
middle-aged man. is on trial In the Criminal
Court for forgery. In 1833 Vagx was In
the habit of loafing around Alderman Mc
Nelrnoy's office, on Butler street On the
afternoon of October 18, of that yoar,
James Rlgbyand Maggio Mincer went to
McNelrney'a office to be married. Mo
Nelrney was absent, but Dagg, who wns
present at the time, personated the Alder
man, performed the marriage ceremony and
after giving the conplo a vast amountof
good advice on the subject of making home
happy, accepted a five-dollar fee and pre
sented the groom with a marriage certifi
cate. Some time ago Alderman McNelrney
learned the circumstances of the affair and
Issued a warrant for Hogg's arrest Dagg
was Indicted by the grand jury last week
for fraudulently making and altering a
written Instrument The certificate was a
well written one, one of lis exceptions be
ing spelling the name of the State "Pencil-i
vania," nnd another that after signing the
Aldorman's name as officiating, he attached
his own name ns witness. The defense
claims that Dagg Is Insane. Tlie enso was
given to the jury yesterday just as court nd
journed. m m
an KmlMssllna Cleric Indicted.
GAi.Esnuno. III., Nor. 24. A. D. Waste,
of this city, was Indicted by tlie grand jury
for embezzling over $0,000 belonging to the
firm of O. T. Johnson & Co., of which ho
was book-keeper for many years. Last
spring Waste, thinking .that he was
suspected, made a voluntary confession
that he had been stealing from the firm for
a long term of years. The penitent man
turned over to the firm real estate to the
amount of $3,100 and gitve his note for the
remainder. The firm,-' while they made no
promises, did not Intend to prosecute tho
case, but the matter was brought to the at
tention of the grand Jury by some aueui.es
of Wast. ,
A Cincinnati doctor holds tlia7 it
is possible for a somnambulist to arfco,
dress, walk n mile to a girl's houso and
ask her hand in marriage without
waking up. That may be nil true,
but wo will wager a cent against seven
dollars bo can't refuse- to marry tha
girl a month later and go through ft
brench of promise trial without
awakening. It lakes a dead man to
go through that experience without
waking up. tf. y. Graphic.
A Now York doctor says that men
who havo the headache are tbo most
sympathetic. , If there' was ever a man
with tlto headache who cared a copper
how soon the whole world stubbed ids
too and broko its noso ho ought to bo
put on exhibition. Detroit 4'rcc Prcu.'
-The' Sultan lof Morocco hat six
thousand wires.' It Is very annoying1
to him, nftor flirting with a, pretty
womatiiwhora he'lias casually bier, to
find out that slin is ono of tho. numer
ous Mrs. Sultan Boston foil,
-The Anaohe Indians aro Mtlntr
tha pleasure of cvlllxtioh,-'Xbe train
wnwujraa carrying inem, to tnoirrior
ida home west errer1 an embaqkuw-a. .
f ,!) v, " t y t;
A dance on Grant stroot Saturday
night wns partially broken up by n
drunken horseman who rodo through
tho houso. Laredo (1'ex.) Time.
Arizona tins but ton counties, nnd
Pima is tho oldest ono of tiom nil. It
wns settled by Europeans, and its early
history makes up the annats of Ari
zona for moro than 1C0 yenrs.
The Fish Commission at Washing
ton lias a giant octopus, which mens
uros live feot across its body. It wat
captured in tho Atlantic ono hundred
milos northeast of Capo Henry, by tho
Fish Commissioners' steamer Albatross.
At tho present moment, t,o savs nn
English paper, fortune-telling is ono of
tho most nourishing systems of Im
posture in that country, nnd tlioro i
scarcely n town or vl lingo without its
resident or visiting cheat of this do.
Thcro are living in Clearfield
County, Pennsylvania, a mnn nnd Ills
two sons who nro married to three
sisters, nnd thn old man is married to
tho youngest sister. Soma of tho chil
dren don't know tholr iinelos from
their grandfather. Baltimore Atneri
catt. A lady named Augustina Ahumnda
has died In Santiago, Chili, at tho ago
of ono hundred and fifteen years, nnd
nt Tnlca Mrs. Junna Gatica lias died,
asred ono hundrod nnd thirty year!!.
Tho latter leaves two sons, ono eighty
eight and tlie othor nlnety-firu years of
Englishmen from Britain nnd- tho
colonics nro emigrating to South
America rapidly, nnd taking up govern
ment lands In large tracts along the
river La Plata and other localities, nnd
engaging in raising cattle, mining, etc.,
while thoro nro very fow Americans in
the wholo country.
It isn't always best to bo entirely
satisfied with every thins. "Mother,''
said a younglady, recently, "liow cunio
jou to marry such n very plain, unpre
tentious man as father?" "If I had
known that his daughter would ever
havo naked. such n question I presume I
should hnvo hesitntud." "Then you
are not sntlsfiod." "Not entirely. "I'd
most wish that our daughters had been
all sons. Hartford I'ost.
Onco a month the mombors of tho
Now York Beefsteak Club, w.thloos
cned waistbands nnd collars, gather
around a long table and cast lots for
tho prize beefsteak a double, porter
house, woighing navcr less than two
nnd n half nor moro than three pounds.
Then, with interested and often with
envious oyes, they watch tho iuckv
winner as ho tackles it. If ho eats ft
to tho bono they rejoice because ho
is nu honor to tho club; but if he fails
they rejoice also, for ho must Ihon
order a basket of wine for their bandit.
JV. Y. Mail.
A Trenton (N. J.) man Is the.
owner of n colonial copper penny,
coined in 1786, and which lie claims i
the only known specimen of tho kind
in existence. On one sido is a rude
figuro of an eagle which looks, how
over, moro like a representation of tho
fabled griilin spojics. Around thlt
nondescript bird nro the words "K
Pluribus Unuiii." On thn reverse is n,
figuro of n Goddess of Liberty holding
in ono hand the scales of justico and in
tho other a liborty pole, from which
Jiangs a flag; around this is inscribed
An clophant nttached to a circus,
which had just concluded an engage
ment in San Francisco, "cut up snme
hlj:h old hhincs" tho other day .while
being convoyed across tho bay. After,
smashing a door the animal turned its
attention to a deck hand, whom it
knocked into the hold of tho vessel.
The bar-room was novt visited, and
after mixing drinks, bottles, furniture,
etc., breaking tho log and several ribs
of an assistant keeper, and slightly in-'
juriug another, the infuriated beast
was chained. Twelve hundred dollars,
will about covor tho damage done.
San Francisco Chronicle.
Zcnns Caldwell was tho first man
in Now England who received a collegi
ate education with a viow to entering1
tho Methodist ministry. Ho went to,
Bowdoin Collogo, nnd li.srcom-niatont
one time was Franklin I'ieroo. Mr.
Caldwell was a groat mathematician,
and it is related of him that ho solved,
a problem In algebra which Franklin
Pierce could not do to savo his life.
But Pieroo becamo Prosidont of the
United States nnd Caldwell didn't.
This is not a good story to tell to
schoolboys, pothnpi.Lcuiiston (Ale.)
James B. Kolly, a Pittsburgh me
chanic, has fallen heir to a Gorman
estate and tltto of nobility by the dortlt
of his undo, the Into Duke of (!i
conne, of tho former French provlt ov
of Lorraine. Tho estate was given by
Napoleon Bonaparte to hia grand uiic'h
Albert McMahon. one of his soldi?.
When the Province of Lorraine pnsset',
afterward into tho German power '.ho
ostate was not confiscated. Old MeV.n
hon died in 1870, leaving the csUto
and title to his son Albert, and tho lit
tor' died in July last. Search fur -Ys
heirs has just been successful. Pi fa
Th First Country Newspaper Fubllskiit
In Qrest Brltlau and Ireland.
In 1695 appeared tho first country
newspaper as tbo Lincoln, Rutland and
Stamford Mereuru. The prospectus of
one of theso early county papors, tho
Salisbury rostman, "or paequet of in
telligence from Franoe, Spaine, Portu
gal," etc., September 27, 1716, mn
thus; "This paper contains an Ab
stract of tho most matorial occurrences
of the whole week, foreign and
domestic, and will be continued every
post, provided a sufficient number will
subscribo for its encouragement'. If
two hundred subscribe, it shall be de
livered to auy public or private bouse
in town every Monday, Thursday, or
Saturday morning by eight o'clock in
Winter and by alx in summer for IJd.
eaoh. Besides the news, we perforin
all other matters belouglng to our art
and mystery, whether in Latia, Greek,
Hebrew, algebra, matboraatios, oto.,"
By 1782 the number of provincial
papers had inoreased to fifty. A vivid
description of the state of tuo roads In
this country in winter time two cen
turies ago is given in the following ox
tract from tho "Collections for Husban
dry and Trade," Maroh 10, 1693: "The
roads are filled with snow, we nro
forced to ride with tho pnoqujtover
hedges and 'ditches. This day soven
night my boy with the paoquot aud
two gontlomen were soren hours riding
fromDunstable to Hookloy, but threo
miles, baroly escaping with tholr liven,
being often in' holes and forced to be
drawn out with rope; ' Aman and
woman wer-i found dead' w thin a mile
hence, and six horsos lie dead on tho
road betwuen Hockley .and Br ck hill
I mothered.' Umaw? Mugatini.
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